For artists, music platforms are a window to be known throughout the world and they are both for those who have contracts with multinational record companies and for those independent musicians who are just recording their first tracks.
Google Lens has released features that allow users to see extra information about a restaurant’s menu.
ByteDance, the parent company of TikTok, is developing a music streaming app that will be released before this fall.
Netlfix has completely revolutionized the entertainment landscape and the pattern of content consumption.
Line, the popular Japanese messaging app, has announced the launch of Stories on its platform.
Huawei has suffered today one of the biggest blows of its history, and has experienced it when it was in one of the sweetest moments: become the third mobile phone manufacturer that more devices sold worldwide and market leader Spanish, having surpassed Samsung at the end of last year.
Google Maps changes the borders depending on the country in which we are consulting the application.
Instagram has announced the closure of Direct, its independent instant messaging application.
WhatsApp could stop working properly some terminals as of December 31 this year. The main affected are smartphones with Windows Phone operating system, but this decision will also have consequences for some phones that work with Android and iOS.
The gig economy or economy of small orders is a phenomenon covered in technological development that allows you to earn money through sporadic work and the use of digital platforms.
Facebook has made a series of changes in the algorithm responsible for ordering the contents that are shown to each user. The objective is to give priority to original and quality audiovisual content.
There are many moments in life where you have to wait. And if you think about it, they are usually those moments where the expression ‘a waste of time’ is justified.
With less than a month of launching its own gaming platform, Snapchat is once again venturing into the gaming industry with the launch of a software development kit, or SDK, with which it will enable the use of Bitmoji within other platforms of games.
Don Hoffman, founder of Vine, has launched in beta the Byte app, Vine’s successor, which aims to revive the success of the popular social network of six-second videos that were played in a loop.
Google Photos will enable a feature that notifies users when some of their photos have not been properly supported.
LinkedIn launched in 2014 a separate app, Jobs Search, designed to help users of the social network find employment. The movement was strange, since the platform itself had very powerful tools to search for work integrated into the social network. Why take them out?
Twitter has announced that the team that works in the Highly app now becomes part of and works in the company. It is not a purchase as such of the application, but it is a kind of integration.